Explore Historic Places In Austin

Explore Historic Places In Austin

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Explore the beauty and intrigue of historic Austin on your own time with our curated guide to the best famous sights and landmarks.

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    Sunday services at 9:15 & 11:15 AM, 5 & 7 PM! -- Brandon Crosby via Foursquare
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    FANTASTIC Texas history museum with an incredible IMAX theatre, located conveniently walking distance to the UT campus. A little pricey, but a great date-night or Austin staple you HAVE to experience! -- Social News Network via Foursquare
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    The historic residence was built by the French diplomat Alphonse Dubois de Saligny to the Republic of Texas in 1840-41. It became a museum under the Daughters of The Republic of Texas in 1956. -- Austin American-Statesman via Foursquare
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    I love their Wednesday night Sisterhood meetings. It's great to connect with the ladies over food, music and a great word. Also first Wednesday (Communion Service) is Amazing as well!!! -- Brittany Green via Foursquare
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    Compline 9 pm every Sunday. Nice quiet meditative service. -- Doug Haunsperger via Foursquare
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    This is an evangelical biggot breeding ground. Be aware of the preacher twisting logical arguments into evidence for his hatred and ignorance. -- Charles Williams via Foursquare
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    The presidential library for Lyndon B. Johnson includes the presidential archives with millions of documents, and an extensive museum open to the public. -- Austin American-Statesman via Foursquare
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    Camp Mabry's little-known museum features dozens of tanks, military vehicles, weapons and much more that highlight Texas' involvement in military engagements. Admission to the museum is free. -- Austin American-Statesman via Foursquare
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    John Grant with Midlake, Sondre Lerche, Heidi Spencer and Alessi's Ark will be in the house 3/18 at 7:30pm. Alessi is a British folk scene vet, and is good friends with the guys of Mumford & Sons. -- Yep Roc via Foursquare
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    African American neighborhood history museum features artifacts, community-related photographs, oral histories, videos and archival materials. -- Austin American-Statesman via Foursquare
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    Come as you are -- but don't stay that way! Look around for ways to get involved. Join the greeting team, or the parking team, or Kids Quest. Get to know some folks. Join a small group. -- Lisa Reid via Foursquare
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    Located in the Texas Natural Science Center, the Texas Memorial Museum has exhibits on wildlife, dinosaurs, fossils, gems and minerals. Visitors can see the paleontology lab and visit with scientists. -- Austin American-Statesman via Foursquare
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